We needed some ideas about succession planning; more specifically, how to best transition our practice to our non-equity partners. We wanted to make sure that any proposed buyout was a fair one for all parties. We received thoughtful, timely and very…"
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Lawyers are notorious for thinking of ways things can go wrong for their clients and then determining the best ways to protect their clients from them. One calamity few lawyers ever consider, however, is their own unexpected disability that puts their career on hold—or worse, their death.
Although the market for legal jobs has vastly improved since the Great Recession ten years ago, it is hardly a robust one for recent law school graduates. One popular job-of-last-resort is document review—a job that many of my coaching clients assert is “mind-numbing.” And, of course, it does not pay particularly well; usually around $20-30 per hour.
Roy is a lawyer by training and trade. He has 30-plus years of experience practicing and representing clients in a variety of environments: big law firms, small firms, in-house counsel and solo practice. He still practices part-time in a solo practic…